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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Art

Connecting Lines

FREE–$19.99 Portland Art Museum

PAM’s Center for Contemporary Native Art showcases work by two artists: Luzene Hill (Eastern Band Cherokee) examines sexual violence against Native women via...

Jennifer Steinkamp

$19.99 Portland Art Museum

The acclaimed video installation artist brings several large-scale projections to town—glowing animations of trees, flowers, and vines that swirl across the ...

Quest for Beauty: The Architecture, Landscapes, and Collections of John Yeon

FREE–$19.99 Portland Art Museum

The museum organizes a new exhibit devoted to a seminal Northwest architect, highlighting Yeon’s building and landscape design as well as his decorative art ...

Sage Sohier and Nakeya Brown

FREE Blue Sky Gallery

In Witness to Beauty, Sohier photographs her mother—who was a fashion model in the late ’40s—performing beautification rituals, as well as in re-creations of...

Sam Hamilton

FREE–$19.99 Portland Art Museum

In Standard Candles, the New Zealand artist bridges film, music, performance, and installation. The exhibit, Hamilton's first solo showing in the US, also fe...

Books & Talks

Portland Zine Symposium 2017

12:00 PM FREE JADE/APANO Multicultural Space

Now in its 17th year, this free celebration of indie publishing aims especially to boost women, nonbinary creators, and communities of color, with a weekend ...

Concerts

Bruno Mars

8:00 PM $49.50–125 Moda Center

The ultra-slick singer-songwriter, musician, and producer has five chart-topping singles under his belt—including “Grenade,” “When I was Your Man,” and this ...

Chamber Music Northwest Summer Festival 2017

12:00 PM $10–60 (see website for full schedule and ticket pricing) Reed College

With more than 60 concerts over the course of five weeks, the 47th annual festival aims to satisfy both chamber music purists—yes, there’s plenty of Mozart, ...

PDX Pop Now 2017

Editor’s Pick 12:00 PM FREE Audio Cinema

All ages. All local. Free. This volunteer-run fest has been one of the brightest spots in Portland’s music scene since its inception in 2004, and it returns ...